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Turkey’s policy in Libya threatens EU

The Turkish intervention into the Libyan conflict caused the negative effect for the region: the balance of power changed and the GNA liberated Tripoli from the LNA forces and recently started a big-scale offensive on Sirte city.    On 6th of June after negotiations with the Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal […]

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Daphne Bramham: ‘I don’t want Nick to be only a statistic.’

Article content continued So, he would never have figured he’d be that guy who lost playing Russian roulette with fentanyl. He never admitted to relapses. Patricia believed he felt ashamed. But he also couldn’t admit it at Fraser Street. “It’s a conundrum for person like Nick. He wanted to be in sober living. Being around […]

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COVID Lessons Learned From Tackling Extremist Ideologies

Farah Pandith, Former Special Representative to Muslim Communities, US Department of State Jacob Ware, Research Associate for Counterterrorism, Council on Foreign Relations Jacob Ware is a research associate for counterterrorism at the Council on Foreign Relations. He holds master’s degrees from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and the University of St. Andrews. As […]

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City paying nearly $3M to temporarily house, feed homeless over 6-month period

The city will be paying nearly $3 million over a six-month-period to temporarily house homeless people moved from encampments at the end of April in two leased midtown buildings, The Toronto Sun has learned. On April 30, the city announced the homeless living in tents were being moved into 125 furnished units in midtown as […]

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B.C.’s success in managing COVID-19 due to finding own health supplies

Article content continued “Twenty-seven million pairs of gloves — 600,000 of those, just under two per cent, from the federal government’s bulk procurement. “And 1.3 million gowns, of which 30,700, or just under two per cent, are from the federal government’s bulk procurement.” Ottawa did come through on one item: “One million, two hundred fifty […]

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What are the new lockdown rules and what are the 5 levels of lockdown in the UK?

The UK has been in lockdown since March 23 (Picture: Ilyas Tayfun Salci/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) From today – Monday 1 June – some lockdown measures in the UK will be relaxed, with schools reopening their gates and non-essential shops slowly starting to open up their shutters. Not only that – people in England […]

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‘Projections and Modeling’ Have ‘Lost a Lot of Credibility’

On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) stated that while his state has seen a “second spike” of cases, it is difficult to know “exactly where these projections are going.” Because projections and modeling have lost a significant amount of credibility. He also stated the spike is “fairly modest compared […]

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Some U.S. states accused of misreporting coronavirus testing data to speed reopening – National

Public health officials in some states are accused of bungling coronavirus infection statistics or even using a little sleight of hand to deliberately make things look better than they are. The risk is that politicians, business owners and ordinary Americans who are making decisions about lockdowns, reopenings and other day-to-day matters could be left with the impression […]

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Reitmans seeks creditor protection as retailer reels

Reitmans Canada Ltd on Tuesday obtained preliminary approval to seek bankruptcy protection under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, the latest retailer seeking to restructure its operations as the COVID-19 pandemic causes prolonged store closures. Reitmans, which was founded in 1926 and retails fashion apparel through 576 stores across Canada and online, said it obtained the […]

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